Author Archives: Richard Shrubb

Richard Shrubb

Richard Shrubb


With a background as a mental health service user, Richard has been a leading UK social affairs writer in the past. He now focuses this energy in social justice in the most economically deprived town of the UK, Weymouth in Dorset while looking after his wife, daughter and three cats in nearby Prince Charles' housing estate of Poundbury.

More Evictions

UK Homeless People Face More Evictions as Complaints Increase

Survival Sex

Women Use Survival Sex to Avoid Rough Sleeping in the UK

housing benefit

DSS Applicants Face Homelessness When Landlord’s Refuse Rental Applications

homeless person in tent in london

UK Prisoners Given Tents and Methadone on Release

homeless people

UK Towns Seek to Punish, Not Support Homeless People

No Fault Evictions

UK to Remove No-Fault Eviction Clause from Private Tenancy Law

1824 Vagrancy Act

1824 Vagrancy Act Used to Expel Homeless from Subway Tunnels

Bristol Gentrification

Bristol Gentrification: UK City Council Institutes Lived-in Vehicle Policy

Bus Shelter

Bus Shelters: A Temporary Housing Solution

Universal Credit

Universal Credit: New Welfare System Increases UK Homelessness